This morning, WUMAN’s selection makes us travel through time, to the past and to great memories, for a wholesome and chill Sunday.
Self-described as female music composed by male humans, WUMAN creates sound portraits about women, with video projections when playing live. A multi-dimensional project, where each song is a story about a new wuman.
Mort Garson - Plantasia
Nico from WUMAN: “Because it makes me think of Sunday mornings in my grandmother’s living room when I was a kid: Cobra, Albator and toasts with white chocolate.“
Black Flower - Upwards
Marin from WUMAN: “Because ethiobeat makes you want to cook and that on Sundays, you have the time to cook.“
GUTS - Come Closer
Rey from WUMAN: “It’s the end of weekend track, when you partied on Saturday and that you are in an altered state the day after, so you do nothing serious all day, except a barbecue-Tarot by a lake with your friends, the end of afternoon sunlight shining on your neck, you feel just right.“
WUMAN - Alice
Inès: ““Alice” is taken from WUMAN’s first EP Portraits. Listening to it feels like hearing a story developing right before your ears: starting out quite lightly, it gets more and more intense as it goes, until reaching this kind of urgency at the end, leaving you curious about what’s happening next.“
Marius Atherton — Partie De Campagne
Inès: “As stated in this song’s description on Soundcloud, it is “the wonderful story of a Sunday in the 19th century”. A depiction of a picnic, a story about the little bourgeoisie, an ironic bliss?“
Forever Pavot - Le Passeur d’Armes
Inès: “Forever Pavot is a French artist who released Rhapsode, his brilliant first album, a few years ago. “Le Passeur d’Armes” is my favorite song from it: a sexy, arrhythmic, epic track. Perfect when you want to feel motivated, yet also perfect to chill out.“
Blisss - Fai Yen
Inès: “Sampled from a Thai song by Ream Daranoi, “Fai Yen” is an electro hip-hop rendition of the original track. A cool song to relax to on Sundays.“